Constitutional Priorities in the First 100 Days
On Jan. 27, Paul D. Clement of Kirkland & Ellis and Neal Katyal of Hogan Lovells are participating in a discussion hosted by Georgetown Law on the Biden administration's “Constitutional Priorities in the First 100 Days.”
From the event description:
Two leading members of the Supreme Court bar, Paul Clement and Neal Katyal, have both led the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office during past transitions. Join them for a conversation on how the new Biden administration may change government positions in pending Supreme Court cases, how the transition could impact the Court itself, and analysis of Trump’s expected impeachment defense that a post-presidency trial is unconstitutional.
Learn more and livestream the event here.
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